Jaime Teevan

Jaime Teevan (1976) graduated Computer Science from Yale University and received her Ph.D. and S.M. from MIT. She is the Chief Scientist for Microsoft’s Experiences and Devices where she is known for her research in human-computer interaction and information retrieval. Jaime is also known for her work on “microproductivity” which is breaking down complex tasks into a series of microtasks that can be completed efficiently. Her awards are many: Technology Review 2009 Young Innovator, the CRA-W borg Early Career Awards in 2014, and the Karen Sparch Jones award in 2016.